Chandigarh: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has said he will step down from politics if the support pricing system is abolished. It was clarified that the implementation of the minimum support price in Haryana will continue forever. He said he would step down from politics if anyone saw the abolition of the support pricing system. Farmers on the Punjab and Haryana border are known to be worried that the new cultivation laws made by the central government should be repealed and that the support price will be threatened by those laws. Elections to five municipal corporations were held in Haryana amid these concerns. In three of these, the ruling coalition was defeated. It is against this backdrop that CM Khattar has tried to control the damage by guaranteeing a minimum support price for farmers.
Our voters are on holiday .. hence
Party Haryana spokesperson Sanjay Sharma said the BJP had lost ground as its voters were on holiday, citing the reasons for its defeat in the Haryana local body elections. ‘There are holidays on December 25, 26 and 27. Many people make plans to go on tour if the holidays come together in a row at the end of the year. But, unfortunately, this time most of the people belonging to the BJP vote bank went for the holiday. ‘